Riders known for being hard on their wheels, for not avoiding potholes and for outsprinting people in full pro kit on their way to do the groceries should take a close look at the ER 1600 SPLINE 32. A high-end welded aluminum rim with a huge cross section laced to wide aero spokes leave you with nothing left to desire. And don't be fooled by the classy looks and a silky smooth Ratchet System hub, because the ER 1600 SPLINE 32 really is all about hard riding and reacting to power coming from the strongest calves.
Inner rim width: 20mm
Outer rim width: 24mm
Rim Height: 32mm
Hub Type: DT 350
Rotor Mount: Centrelock
Rim Diameter: 700c
Axle: 12mm Front, 142 x 12 Rear only. No extra end caps supplied
P KeaneTypical DT quality as expected. True out of the box, tubeless Pro One’s in 28c went on without fuss and aired up with a floor pump.
Mr MelvinAwesome wheelset particularly for the price. Gravelkings mounted very easily in tubeless, no levers needed
Mr KingAt the price I paid, these are great value and am really pleased with the purchase. Have given them a couple of short cycles t o see how they feel and was very impressed with the ride quality and feel,
NickI've only ridden about 200km on these wheels so far, but my first impressions are 100% positive. The 350 hubs are buttery smooth and I love how quiet the freehub ratchet system is. I'm running them with 32mm tyres so the ride is both stiffer and more comfortable than my previous shallow section wheels on 28mm tyres. They look much cooler too!
Todd HThese are excellent so far! They roll smoothly and work very with the Continental GP5000 tubeless tires I installed. While I was always skeptical when people claim that new wheels make them go faster, I can say that these do seem to allow faster average speeds for the same output above 16 MPH. Great value!
Scott JordanWheels arrived in excellent condition. They look great and perform well. 18 tooth ratchet is much quieter than I expected. Merlin's price and service was excellent.
Mr WhaitesMy 1st venture into the world of disc brakes so thought I'd splash the cash and get a decent set of wheels at a reasonable price. I went for the wider rimmed Endurance Race to be my road alternatives on my new gravel bike with 28mm tyres (as opposed to the Performance Road with narrower rims). A friend suggested paying extra to get the 1600s due to their ease of re-lubing/accessing the hubs following a harsh winters commuting. They are light, handle majestically and look pretty damn cool with the deeper rim (note the hubs are closer to a matte silver than white which was a bonus). Only ridden a 100 miles or so on them but so far so good. Quality product from DT Swiss.